Back in the dark ages (1990s) selecting a website domain name was kind of random. Some names were obvious. Others were simple contractions – like The Computing Center becoming www.compcenter.com. Today, it’s a lot more complicated and sometimes it appears that all the good domain names are already taken. Not so…read on.
I'd be a zillionaire if I earned a dollar each time someone complains that all the great domain names are already taken. It's just not true, however. Even in a highly competitive industry, you can think up original, appealing domain names for businesses by using naming tactics that few people use, such as these:
1. Focus on results. What is the outcome or end result that people want to have from buying a certain product or service? How do they feel when they have finished the transaction? My own company name, Named At Last, falls into this category.
It’s open to debate which type of cookie is more prevalent today: the bite-sized snack or the byte-sized data pack. Both can make your life simpler and more pleasurable, but both may also come with side effects. Here’s a recipe to keep the cookies in your life from getting the upper hand.
Cookies that are your friends
Cookies are small packets of information that the sites you visit place on your computer, in many cases to improve your browsing experience. They help Amazon remember what you put in your shopping cart and proffer up your credit card number when you check out, for example. These are called “first-party” cookies, because they work directly for the sites you visit.
Bar codes, QR codes & RFID tags can feel like another language to the uninitiated. However, these technologies are in use all over and can be very useful for your business or organization.